Self-actualization can be fulfilled through our most basic needs
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Self-actualization can be fulfilled through our most basic needs

Take care of yourself like you would for your favorite houseplant During quarantine, many of…

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Is Davis a political bubble?
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Is Davis a political bubble?

Davis students reflect on Davis’s political climate and its effects on their beliefs In the…

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COVID-19 cases reach new heights as the winter season approaches
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COVID-19 cases reach new heights as the winter season approaches

Daily cases and hospitalizations have peaked sooner than experts had expected Despite promising developments in…

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Yolo County makes COVID-19 race, ethnicity data publically available
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Yolo County makes COVID-19 race, ethnicity data publically available

Yolo County Public Information Officer explains the need to be transparent in regards to racial,…

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Berkeley tax reduces consumption of sugary drinks, according to study
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Berkeley tax reduces consumption of sugary drinks, according to study

Revenues raised from tax are reinvested in community public health organizations  A recent study, co-authored…

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The effect of Proposition 16 on campus diversity
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The effect of Proposition 16 on campus diversity

Faculty members weigh in on the outcome of Proposition 16 and how UC Davis continues…

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Trump threatens to take over as Jeopardy host if denied second term as president
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Trump threatens to take over as Jeopardy host if denied second term as president

If fabricated claims of voter fraud don’t work, a bit of the ol’ extortion might…

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Yolo County experiences record voter turnout this year, approximately 83%
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Yolo County experiences record voter turnout this year, approximately 83%

99,576 votes were cast which could have been the effect of “negative partisanship” In the…

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Non-essential travel discouraged by university officials amid holiday season
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Non-essential travel discouraged by university officials amid holiday season

Expansion of weekly COVID-19 tests show effort to curb transmission of virus UC Davis has…

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Senate Resolution #2 calls on university to reverse unilateral decision to cancel PE offerings at Nov. 12 meeting
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Senate Resolution #2 calls on university to reverse unilateral decision to cancel PE offerings at Nov. 12 meeting

Judicial Council Chair confirmed after vacancy for five weeks and the previous week’s unconstitutional meeting…

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Student and staff member discuss taking a break from online school
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Student and staff member discuss taking a break from online school

The director of the Center for Chicanx and Latinx Academic Student Success and a UC…

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Reflect on Thanksgiving’s racist past with a justice-oriented, COVID-conscious celebration
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Reflect on Thanksgiving’s racist past with a justice-oriented, COVID-conscious celebration

As COVID-19 disproportionately impacts Indigenous people, The Editorial Board urges you to consider the historical…

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Gary May shocked and hurt by UC corruption scandal
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Gary May shocked and hurt by UC corruption scandal

Georgia really milking that election attention
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Georgia really milking that election attention

Drawn by: Rushi Tawade –– rntawade@ucdavis.edu (This cartoon is humor and/or satire, and its content is…

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Killer Mike opens bank, excited to see what redlining is like from the other side
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Killer Mike opens bank, excited to see what redlining is like from the other side

If white folks like doing it this much, it’s gotta be fun. “The best way…

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